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Friday Habs Headlines: Despite going undrafted, Daniel Carr is set to make a splash in the NHL

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Here are your daily links, including a look at some undrafted players who could make a difference for their NHL clubs this season, where Geoff Molson ranks among NHL owners, and Mark Barberio's path to the NHL.

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Montreal Canadiens News and Notes

  • A number of players who once went undrafted could make an impact in the eastern conference this season, and among them is Canadiens' forward Daniel Carr. [SI]
  • Geoff Molson and family are ranked as the fourth best owners in the entire league as the Score continues to evaluate the front offices of NHL clubs. [The Score]
  • Dan D'Astoli discusses the journey Mark Barberio - whom he coached in minor hockey - took to make it to the NHL. [Canadiens.com]
  • The Vancouver Canadians have announced they will be holding the second annual Brendan Gallagher celebrity softball classic, which will raise money for Shriners Hospital for Children. [MILB]
  • Alex Galchenyuk and Nikita Scherbak seemingly had quite a feast. [Instagram]
  • Canadiens goaltending prospect Hayden Hawkey shared a look at his new gear on Thursday. [Twitter]

Around the League and Elsewhere

  • San Jose Sharks' forward Logan Couture discusses the five defencemen he has found to be the most difficult to play against in the NHL. [TPT]
  • Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman took some time to share the secrets of the fastball with a few other Canadian sports figures, including Tyler Seguin and Connor McDavid. [Vice Sports]
  • Part of what makes McDavid so deadly on the ice is his ability to get into high quality scoring areas, as Travis Yost examines. [TSN]
  • Bill Foley is hoping to pick the perfect name for his expansion franchise in Las Vegas, and now it looks as if "Silver Knights" may be the winning moniker. [Puck Daddy]
  • Speaking of Las Vegas, GM George McPhee is looking to build his team the same way he built the Washington Capitals - focusing on offense first. [Pro Hockey Talk]